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  1. Kind of a rhetorical question, I guess. But stores, even department stores, should be ready for a games release instead of squatting on shipped materials for a week or even a month, etc. I'm sick of having to hunt around for availability until the game only warrants an "un-new" price. Case in point: I searched all over town for Dragonball Z Tenkaichi and founded a bunch of excuses and delayed receipt dates. Coming up empty-handed was almost as gay as you guys think the game is.

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    2. Epyo


      Really? NE Ohio I can find any game one day after ship date EVERY time, at all the stores near me (2 gamestops, 1 ebgames(soon to be gamestop), 1 toysrus.)

    3. Job


      I finally got a copy after getting a membership at GameCrazy (subsidiary of Hollywood Video). It came with a free mag subscription, so meh. It's pretty dumb, though, that I have to go through all that trouble just to get a game on its release day, or the day after.

    4. Danarchy


      I blame pre-ordering. It's silly and only creates a lack of product in the end.

      At any rate, I've only ever bought a few things on the day they came out: NIN's Things Falling Apart (I didn't know it was just released); NIN's And All That Could Have Been DVD; ohGr's SunnyPsyOp; A Perfect Circle's Thirteenth Step (what a mistake that was); and Skinny Puppy's Greater Wrong of the Right. I've also seen like a dozen movies on the first day they were out, but that's about it.